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STAGES Presents The Music Man – May 9, 10, 11. Fri & Sat, 7pm; Sun, 2pm. STAGES, The Theater Academy and Performance Company for Youth performs one of the best known and best loved American musical comedies. Landmark Loew’s Theater, 54 Journal Sq Plaza, Jersey City. 201-915-9911. ArtHouseProductions.org.


SATURDAY, MAY 10


Mobile Paper-Shredding, North Bergen – 9am- 1pm. See May 3 listing for details. Braddock Park parking lot, 79th St and Bergenline Ave entrance, North Bergen. HCIA Environmental Hotline: 201-324-6222 x 3257. HCIA.org.


Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale – 9am-1pm. See May 3 listing for details. Braddock Park parking lot, 79th St and Bergenline Ave entrance, North Bergen. HCIA Environmental Hotline: 201-324-6222 x 3257. HCIA.org.


Water Loves Chemistry: Operation Filtration Kids Lab – 12:15-1pm & 2:15-3pm. Learn about the process of creating clean water by doing it yourself. Create a sample of dirty water and then try out some interesting processes to clean it up. For children ages 6-12 accompanied by at least 1 adult per 4 children. Free with paid admission. Liberty Center


Science for Science


Center, Jennifer A. Chalsty Learning


Liberty State Park, 222 Jersey City Blvd, Jersey City. Reservations: 201-253-1310. LSC.org.


SUNDAY, MAY 11


Annual Mother’s Day Walk - 10am. Features a walk around the 5.4-acre natural area (once the home of the Great Bear Bottled Water Co) and a visit to Skeetkill Creek Marsh, with a stop to see Monk Parakeets on the way. The walk is run by the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission and the Audubon Society. Check meadowblog.net for last-minute weather updates. Free. Register, Don Torino: 201-230-4983. GreatAuk4@aol.com.


HOHA Classic 5 Mile Run – 9am. The Hoboken Harriers Running Club and All Saints Community Development Corporation race starts at Pier A Park at 10. The Baby-Jogger Jaunt, a 1.5 mile run pushing a baby jogger, will be held at 9. A 1 mile Fun Run at 9:30. All events run along the Hoboken waterfront. Ryan Mitchell: 201-706- 8437. Ryan@hoha.net.


MONDAY, MAY 12 Yoga for Arthritis/Arthritic


Conditions –


2-3pm. This yoga session - with Kelly Naughton, RN, RYT of Flexible Rhythm Yoga at Care Point Hospital Locations - is appropriate for people with arthritis or arthritic conditions, scoliosis and osteoporosis. Hoboken University Medical Center, Asumption Hall, 308 Willow Ave, Hoboken. 201- 418-2381. Yogativity@gmail.com.


TUESDAY, MAY 13


Quasars and Active Galactic Nuclei – 7:30- 9:30pm. See May 6 listing. Observatory access is by a 25-step spiral staircase. $15/per series, free/ members. William D. McDowell Observatory, 2 DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. 201-460-8300. NJMeadowlands.gov.


and Teaching,


WEDNESDAY MAY 14


SCORE Meeting: Small Business Consulting – May 14, 28. 9am-12pm. Local SCORE representatives are available to give small business owners expert advice on starting or growing a business.


Appointments necessary, Secaucus


Public Library, 1379 Paterson Plan Rd, Secaucus. 201- 330-2083. EssexHudsonUnionCounties. Score.org.


THURSDAY, MAY 15


Little Shop of Horrors: The Attic Ensemble – 15-18. Thur, 7pm; Fri & Sat, 8pm; Sun, 3pm. See May 9 listing. The Barrow Mansion, 83 Wayne St, Jersey City. 201-413-9200. Info@ AtticEnsemble.org.


SATURDAY, MAY 17


Mobile Paper-Shredding, Kearny – 9am-1pm. See May 3 listing for details. West Hudson Park parking lot by the duck pond, Kearny. HCIA Environmental Hotline: 201-324-6222 x 3257. HCIA.org.


Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale – 9am-1pm. See May 3 listing for details. West Hudson Park parking lot by the duck pond, Kearny. HCIA Environmental Hotline: 201-324-6222 x 3257. HCIA.org.


SUNDAY, MAY 18


Hazardous Waste Collection: Bayonne and North Bergen – 9am-1pm. The Hudson County Improvement Authority runs its collection programs to help residents rid their homes of hazardous materials. See online for materials list. Free. Norton Paints, 148 East 5th St, Bayonne, and Municipal Utility Authority, 6200 Tonnelle Ave, North Bergen.


Aromotheraphy for Your Home and Health – 11:15am-12:15pm. Sage advice for a holistic life, with free samples and demonstrations, providing an hour of relief from the daily grind. Learn about the healing properties of essential oils and how and when to use them. $10/suggested offering. Church


Sanctuary, Trinity Parish in Bergen


Point, 141 Broadway, Bayonne. 201-858-4460. ModernSage.com.


DeKorte Park Scavenger Hunt – 1-3 pm. Bring a digital or cell-phone camera and find out well you know Meadowlands in this new family/group competition! Starting with a map and mission pack, your team will follow clues around the park to find objects/picture stations. Awards in age groups. Call in advance if you do not have a digital camera. $8, $6/members. Meadowlands Environment Center, 3 DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. Register: 201-230-4983.


MONDAY, MAY 19 Meditate


Jersey City – 5-6pm. Meditation


is a simple and practical way to recharge and rejuvenate; empowering you to do more of the things you love. Join this guided session and experience the power of meditation. Workshop includes understanding the nature of the mind and relaxing breathing techniques. Free. Meditation Studio, 121 Newark Avenue, 4th Fl, Jersey City. Meetup.com.


TUESDAY, MAY 20


A Walk in Secaucus Marsh – 10am-12pm. The walk in Mill Creek Marsh, featuring raptors, waterfowl and late spring migrants, is run by the Meadowlands and the Audubon Society. Check meadowblog.net for last-minute weather updates. meet at the marsh entrance (meadowblog.net for directions). RSVP: 201-230-4983. Don Torino: GreatAuk4@aol.com.


Dark Matter in the Universe – 7:30-9:30pm. See May 6 listing. Observatory access is by a 25-step spiral staircase. $15/per series, free/ members. William D. McDowell Observatory, 2 DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. 201-460-8300. NJMeadowlands.gov.


SATURDAY, MAY 24


The Rainbow Connection: Kids Lab – 12:15- 1pm & 2:15-3pm. Is black ink really just made of black dye? Can you create a rainbow just by adding water? Visitors will grab some markers and filter paper and explore the magic behind a colorful chemical process. For children ages 6-12 accompanied by at least 1 adult per 4 children. Free with paid admission. Liberty Science Center, Jennifer A. Chalsty Center for Science Learning and Teaching, Liberty State Park, 222 Jersey City Blvd, Jersey City. Reservations: 201-253-1310. LSC.org.


SUNDAY, MAY 25


Natural Skincare & Makeup – 11:15am- 12:15pm. Sage advice for a holistic life, with free


samples and demonstrations,


an hour of relief from the daily grind. Natural skincare products are as effective,


providing and


sometimes more so, that store-bought items. And they have no dangerous chemicals. $10/ suggested Parish in


offering. Church Sanctuary, Trinity Bergen


Point, 141 Broadway, Bayonne. 201-858-4460. ModernSage.com.


Marsh Mud Marathon - 6-8pm. Join the Meadowlands Environment Center educators to catch shrimp, fish and other critters in the marsh. Dress for mess. $5, $4/members. Meadowlands Environment Center, 3 DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. RSVP: 201-230-4983. For last-minute weather updates: MeadowBlog.net.


WEDNESDAY, MAY 28


Basic Life Support (CPR) Refresher Course – 8:45am-1pm. Review the skills of CPR for victims of all ages, use of an automated external defibrillator and relief of choking. Students participate


in, practice and complete various


skills and learning stations. For anyone who must have a credential (card) documenting successful completion of a CPR course. $60. JCMC EMS Classroom, 415 Montgomery


Street,


City. Register: Linda Johnson: 201-547-6126. Training@jcmcems.org.


SCORE Meeting: Small Business Consulting – 9am-12pm. See May 14 listing. Appointments necessary, Secaucus


Public


Paterson Plan Rd, Secaucus. 201- 330-2083. EssexHudsonUnionCounties.Score.org.


Yoga on the 12th St Pier – 7-8pm. The first Wed session of the year. The series, with its gorgeous


natural awakenings May 2014 37 Library, 1379 Jersey


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